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155 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[m_ɔː_t_ˈa_l_ɪ_t_ɪ], [mɔːtˈalɪtɪ], [mɔːtˈalɪtɪ]
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Synonyms for Mortality:

mortality (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Mortality:

  1. municipality, unreality, technicality, vitality, sentimentality, originality, sensuality, partiality, generality, modality, instrumentality, speciality, locality, spirituality, lethality, sexuality, geniality, formality, finality, personality, normality, neutrality, illegality, mutuality, rationality, informality, morality, principality, liberality, reality, materiality, plurality, totality, proportionality, mentality, impartiality, legality, venality, practicality, frugality, hospitality, universality, immortality, functionality, tonality, irrationality, musicality, theatricality, punctuality, triviality, immorality, eventuality;
  2. centrality, duality, fatality, banality, brutality, bestiality, causality;
  3. commonality, abnormality, criminality, criticality, actuality;
  4. bisexuality, congeniality;
  5. constitutionality, homosexuality, individuality, confidentiality;
  6. heterosexuality;

Quotes for Mortality:

  1. I believe that every human soul is teaching something to someone nearly every minute here in mortality M. Russell Ballard.
  2. Studies have indicated there is a strong correlation between the shortages of nurses and morbidity and mortality rates in our hospitals. Lois Capps.
  3. My friends are Peter Gabriel, Bruce Springsteen, and we're singing about mortality getting older. It's an interesting time. Sting.

Adjectives for Mortality:

  • ordinary, vulnerable,
  • dismally high,
  • raw, wondrous,
  • bulldog great,
  • useful coarse,
  • larger infantile,
  • dead and great,
  • large comparative,
  • jewish male,
  • dull, weak,
  • frail and sinful,
  • plain, awkward,
  • unbelievably high,
  • exceptionally low,
  • on-the-job,
  • own female,
  • damned much,
  • next greatest,
  • absolutely certain,
  • such quick,
  • relatively low,
  • far smaller,
  • irreducible,
  • acid,
  • mere human,
  • somewhat similar,
  • comparable,
  • senile,
  • carnal,
  • shaky,
  • vulnerable,
  • needless,
  • ruinous,
  • leaden,
  • far less,
  • inexorable,
  • obscene,
  • clerical,
  • ceremonial,
  • somber,
  • acute,
  • everlasting,
  • seeming,
  • steep,
  • strict,
  • wondrous,
  • awkward,
  • mutual,
  • hungry,
  • petty,
  • primary,
  • raw,
  • unexpected,
  • grim,
  • divine,
  • violent,
  • dim,
  • successful,
  • wretched,
  • moral,
  • quick,
  • plain,
  • final,
  • proper,
  • particular,
  • dead,
  • lush, precious,
  • gaudy brown,
  • maternal and infantile,
  • appalling infantile,
  • common swift,
  • perhaps uninspired,
  • worse, higher,
  • frail and cunning,
  • irksome, dull,
  • enormous antenatal,
  • excessive colored,
  • accidental and deliberate,
  • heaviest ill,
  • young and further,
  • great foetal,
  • prenatal and juvenal,
  • average infantile,
  • conscious, reluctant,
  • ordinary infantile,
  • severe male,
  • frightful general,
  • low infantile,
  • highest infantile,
  • tremendous female,
  • general mild,
  • unusual and selective,
  • greater male,
  • tremendous and almost incredible,
  • unreal material,
  • past individual,
  • puerperal,
  • lightest average,
  • ante-natal and post-natal,
  • sinful, sorrowful,
  • apparently severe,
  • dull every-day,
  • higher male,
  • actual relative,
  • general or average,
  • sudden and prodigious,
  • prenatal and postnatal,
  • large proportionate,
  • alarmingly high,
  • sick and sore,
  • monthly average,
  • excessive and unnecessary,
  • great and distressing,
  • phenomenally low,
  • own impotent,
  • persistent high,
  • own visible,
  • strange, complex,
  • strange and great,
  • quite abnormal,
  • possible general,
  • astonishingly high,
  • such infantile,
  • usual great,
  • such overt,
  • surprisingly high,
  • down human,
  • absolute and relative,
  • post-natal,
  • approximately correct,
  • remarkably low,
  • unusually low,
  • ante-natal,
  • rather higher,
  • especially high,
  • antenatal,
  • large annual,
  • next highest,
  • exceedingly high,
  • comparatively high,
  • puerperal,
  • such exceptional,
  • own brief,
  • universal human,
  • somewhat higher,
  • great and sudden,
  • comparatively slight,
  • fairly high,
  • foetal,
  • juvenal,
  • unusually high,
  • such extensive,
  • much lower,
  • civil and military,
  • insuperable,
  • perfectly natural,
  • occupational,
  • such dreadful,
  • uninspired,
  • unaided,
  • such high,
  • briefest,
  • irksome,
  • panic-stricken,
  • enjoyable,
  • selective,
  • seasonal,
  • bitterest,
  • recurrent,
  • severest,
  • inanimate,
  • overt,
  • alcoholic,
  • bygone,
  • cumbersome,
  • perplexed,
  • impotent,
  • every-day,
  • episcopal,
  • distressing,
  • undue,
  • deplorable,
  • distressed,
  • coral,
  • long-term,
  • suburban,
  • speedy,
  • lush,
  • above-mentioned,
  • overall,
  • sorrowful,
  • frightening,
  • disastrous,
  • fugitive,
  • shocking,
  • juvenile,
  • stupendous,
  • sour,
  • reluctant,
  • muscular,
  • especial,
  • radiant,
  • troublesome,
  • mock,
  • reliable,
  • surprising,
  • unnecessary,
  • astonishing,
  • hospital,
  • finer,
  • ill,
  • deliberate,
  • preferred,
  • conscious,
  • legitimate,
  • mid,
  • essential,
  • liberal,
  • fond,
  • cunning,
  • worse,
  • utter,
  • wealthy,
  • civil,
  • jewish,
  • substantial,
  • correct,
  • feeble,
  • sick,
  • vile,
  • exact,
  • ultimate,
  • medical,
  • busy,
  • modest,
  • mild,
  • basic,
  • complex,
  • coarse,
  • extensive,
  • inner,
  • unknown,
  • young,
  • gigantic,
  • italian,
  • remarkable,
  • standard,
  • miserable,
  • extra,
  • horrible,
  • military,
  • social,
  • native,
  • brown,
  • massive,
  • chief,
  • occasional,
  • thin,
  • powerful,
  • sweet,
  • modern,
  • simple,
  • huge,
  • medico actuarial,
  • fearful and almost incredible,
  • chinese, unusual,
  • otherwise smaller,
  • whereof curious,
  • persistent and widespread,
  • consequent rapid,
  • own icy,
  • vain and presumptuous,
  • next lowest,
  • own inevitable,
  • sudden terrible,
  • far lower,
  • rather high,
  • preponderating,
  • sublunary,
  • standardized,
  • median,
  • presumptuous,
  • ever-increasing,
  • unexplained,
  • unavoidable,
  • aspiring,
  • decrepit,
  • staggering,
  • relentless,
  • trivial,
  • heavier,
  • momentary,
  • startling,
  • continual,
  • icy,
  • dense,
  • gloomy,
  • mad,
  • bitter,
  • chinese,
  • endless,
  • precious,
  • sure,
  • royal,
  • yellow,
  • curious,
  • fresh,
  • bad,
  • local,
  • former,
  • original,
  • main,
  • lower infantile,
  • huge infantile,
  • infantile and general,
  • immense infantile,
  • curiously constant,
  • harsh and inevitable,
  • maternal,
  • correspondingly low,
  • enormously higher,
  • own terrifying,
  • age-specific,
  • annual average,
  • dark and cold,
  • own possible,
  • circumferential,
  • unusually heavy,
  • relatively high,
  • comparatively low,
  • dirtiest,
  • operative,
  • embryonic,
  • blasphemous,
  • wistful,
  • agonizing,
  • sizable,
  • faulty,
  • eventual,
  • sinful,
  • latent,
  • sore,
  • corrupt,
  • uncommon,
  • incessant,
  • accidental,
  • civilian,
  • lighter,
  • terrific,
  • persistent,
  • dismal,
  • helpless,
  • weary,
  • material,
  • harsh,
  • unhappy,
  • colored,
  • subsequent,
  • spiritual,
  • humble,
  • extreme,
  • latest,
  • official,
  • bare,
  • serious,
  • dire,
  • national,
  • peculiar,
  • short,
  • great,
  • certain,
  • long,
  • unreliable infant,
  • fearfully disproportionate,
  • dull weak,
  • constantly higher,
  • extraordinarily low,
  • such fearful,
  • outworn,
  • almost incredible,
  • stellar,
  • imminent,
  • astounding,
  • scant,
  • terrifying,
  • rural,
  • probable,
  • stiff,
  • sheer,
  • hideous,
  • monstrous,
  • immediate,
  • splendid,
  • enormous infantile,
  • large infantile,
  • again natural,
  • mere frail,
  • postindustrial,
  • postnatal,
  • own weak,
  • own ancient,
  • old worn-out,
  • fetal,
  • proportionate,
  • undisturbed,
  • prevalent,
  • productive,
  • unparalleled,
  • transient,
  • worn-out,
  • trifling,
  • exceptional,
  • visible,
  • remote,
  • singular,
  • frequent,
  • obvious,
  • animal,
  • absolute,
  • individual,
  • larger,
  • entire,
  • red,
  • ancient,
  • whole,
  • german infantile,
  • disproportionate,
  • much higher,
  • differential,
  • diseased,
  • corporal,
  • abnormal,
  • gross,
  • corresponding,
  • tremendous,
  • blind,
  • universal,
  • direct,
  • constant,
  • pale,
  • possible,
  • vain,
  • excessive infantile,
  • total maternal,
  • great proportional,
  • less comparative,
  • own impending,
  • damn much,
  • much real,
  • proportional,
  • unforeseen,
  • grievous,
  • incredible,
  • principal,
  • further,
  • similar,
  • vast,
  • least,
  • present,
  • white,
  • medico-actuarial,
  • little actual,
  • aggregate,
  • favorable,
  • widespread,
  • prodigious,
  • lesser,
  • female,
  • extraordinarily severe,
  • much greater,
  • impending,
  • smaller,
  • recent,
  • strange,
  • various,
  • preventable,
  • fragile,
  • dark,
  • inert,
  • slight,
  • true,
  • perishable,
  • premature,
  • heaviest,
  • alarming,
  • lower,
  • rapid and extremely high,
  • extremely high,
  • severe,
  • male,
  • personal,
  • consequent,
  • rapid,
  • swift,
  • high infantile,
  • inevitable,
  • immense,
  • past,
  • average annual,
  • appalling,
  • normal,
  • current,
  • enormous,
  • prenatal,
  • incidental,
  • brief,
  • incipient,
  • less,
  • lowest,
  • awful,
  • sudden,
  • weak,
  • highest,
  • mere,
  • unusual,
  • sad,
  • actual,
  • considerable,
  • natural,
  • relative,
  • cold,
  • dull,
  • common,
  • ordinary,
  • maternal,
  • total,
  • extraordinary,
  • greatest,
  • comparative,
  • dreadful,
  • higher,
  • low,
  • terrible,
  • fearful,
  • heavy,
  • poor,
  • general,
  • frightful,
  • excessive,
  • average,
  • female infant,
  • annual,
  • frail,
  • human,
  • infantile,
  • high,
  • excess,
  • infant.
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